Jay Lovett, a water treatment technician for the city of Lawrence, collects a sample of water at the Kaw River Water Treatment Plant, on Monday June 11, 2012. Some people have complained drinking water has an odd taste and smell. Officials say it's caused by geosmin, which is a by-product of dead algae that accumulate at Clinton Lake and sometimes in the Kansas River.

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